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Nurses facing any cases they never committed or wish to deny should hire a nurse attorney to strengthen their defense. Professional help can provide a better form of defense against the Texas Board of Nursing as an RN or LVN faces an accusation of any charge they wish to deny. This is just one of the many cases the LVN from Houston should have known had she only hired a nurse attorney to help her.

At the time of the initial incident, an RN was employed as a Registered Nurse at a hospital in San Antonio and had been in that position for three (3) years and two (2) months.

On or about January 27, 2016, the RN failed to administer Valium to a patient as ordered by a physician, instead, the RN administered 2mg of Versed. Failure to administer medications as ordered by a physician may result in non-efficacious treatment.

In response, the RN states that this error was likely an oversight, as premedication with oral medication such as Valium is not customary or part of standing pre-op orders for patients who are to have nothing by mouth for 12 hours preoperatively. In addition, the RN states that another nurse is listed as the assigned nurse for this patient.

The RN states she later requested the visit be deleted from the record, as the visit did not occur. She states she did not intentionally submit a fraudulent visit and believes it was a mistake on her part for allowing herself to become overwhelmed with responsibilities.

The Board of Texas has full jurisdiction over all cases regarding RNs and LVNs who committed any forms of offenses. They are also the ones holding decisions whether the RN or LVN’s license has to be suspended, revoked, or disciplined. Therefore, the Board decided to summon the RN for a hearing to defend against the complaint filed to her – this is the part where a nurse attorney should be hired.

Misconducts and issues may compromise your career, which is why a Texas nurse attorney could provide you with the best help against these issues. If you have any valid reasons, you may refer to a nurse attorney to provide further defense against your case.

The Texas Board of Nursing then considered the evidence given to them and sentenced the RN and her license into disciplinary proceedings. She could have hired a nurse attorney to assist her in the case. To contact one, you may dial Nurse Attorney Yong J. An at (832) 428-5679 to schedule a private consultation.